Inter travel to Japan without first-choice goalkeeper

Inter travel to Japan without first-choice goalkeeper

Inter Milan travel to Japan without a first-choice keeper in their ranks. Samir Handanovic and Andre Onana both have left Inter, and the Nerazzurri are struggling to sign a replacement. Now Inzaghi has to rely on his third-choice and fourth-choice keepers in the pre-season, who might not be a part of the squad when the season starts.

Inter Milan were keen to sign Yann Sommer before traveling to Japan, but Bayern are reluctant to sell him. Meanwhile, Inter does not want to trigger his release clause, which will cost €6 million. The Nerazzurri are not willing to pay more than €4 million, but this small difference might cost Inter as they could miss out on the Swiss keeper.

The Nerazzurri feel that their offer is enough to get Sommer, as the Swiss keeper is willing to join them and has already agreed to personal terms. However, Bayern want to keep him amid Manuel Neuer’s injury issues.

Inter travel to Japan

Inter Milan travel to Japan without their primary keepers

The Nerazzurri travel with Alessandro Calligaris, Filip Stankovic, and Raffaele Di Gennaro. None of them are quality options between the posts, and Inter might not start the season with them. Andre Radu, who has some experience playing in Serie A, is also looking to leave Inter. Newly promoted Bournemouth are going to sign Radu. So the Nerazzurri will have to find a new keeper soon before the transfer window shuts. Moreover, Inzaghi will need some time to incorporate the new keeper into the system before the start of the season.

Trubin’s transfer has hit a block, as Shakhtar are adamant on their evaluation. Meanwhile, Inter do not want to spend over their budget and are stalling the negotiations. However, the urgency is increasing in the squad as Inter are starting the pre-season without a designated keeper.

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